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UrogenitalIdentify anatomical details non-invasively in small animals
Urogenital Imaging: Monitor and Quantify Abnormalities Non-invasively
A Simple and Accurate Solution
High frequency ultrasound for urogenital imaging can help identify anatomical details in vivo, non-invasively and allows for monitoring urogenital cancer development and efficacy of therapeutic interventions. Using ultrasound-guided injections can help establish orthotopic tumor models with accuracy to aid in reducing the number of animals needed.
Use Vevo Ultra High Frequency Ultrasound to perform:
- Volumetric analysis
- Vascular assessment
- Image-guided cell injection
- Wall thickness measurements (i.e. bladder)
Mouse Bladder with Thickened Walls
- Cancer – prostate, ovarian, bladder, testicular
- Assisted Reproductive Technologies
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